Posts by Sudhanshu Malhotra
A year of record-breaking extreme weather17 December 2021
After 50 years of activism and speaking truth to power, we are entering a crucial phase in this climate movement.
2021’s incredible moments in pictures17 December 2021
As 2021 comes to close, we look back on some of the most incredible moments of courage, activism, challenges and hope.
An Uncomfortable ‘New Normal’23 July 2021
Devastating floods in Europe. Temperatures soaring to 45C in Canada. Mudslides in Japan. Cloud bursts in India. Floodings in subways in New York and central China.
2021’s Climate Emergencies3 May 2021
We have seen extreme weather events, from the chilling polar vortex in North America, the super cyclones in Africa, to the devastating floods in Australia and parts of Asia. There…
Earth Day 202120 April 2021
The last two years have been truly challenging for all of humanity. But we can now take comfort in the fact that we are on the road to recovery.
A decade since the Fukushima disaster9 March 2021
Ten years have been a long journey. Looking back at the archives from the first team deployed to Fukushima on 26 March, 2011, it reminds us that a decade is…
Best Greenpeace actions photos 202011 December 2020
2020 has been a difficult year for so many of us. Lockdowns and social distancing became the “new normal”, changing our lives as if we’re living through a science fiction…
2020: The year that was11 December 2020
Looking back, the world will remember 2020 as the year that disrupted our present-day lives: most of us were locked up for months and doing everything from home, unable to…
When climate emergencies become our climate realities11 December 2020
2020 remains on track to be the 2nd hottest year on record according to a climate report. We have seen heatwaves, wildfires, and even repetitive cyclones and typhoons impacting people…
Best of Greenpeace ships 202011 December 2020
While many parts of the world came to a standstill fighting COVID-19 this year, we also saw brave, committed activists still traveling to different corners of the world to